Beaux Mondes Gabriella
Allaglow Kaleb Bug of Beaux Mondes
Negative in 2014
Beaux Mondes Home of the Brave
Upon seeing pictures of
Mondes Cous Cous, I fell in love. I wanted one - in brown.
So when word of a repeat breeding was leaked, Jon and I put our
names in the hat without hesitation. A litter was born
- two boys and one girl. Upon the first set of pictures, Jon
picked Bravo, and he has been ours ever since. I
don't think we could have asked for anything more from our dear
friend Vicki Beeler, who - once again - has sent us a something
Bravo has so many unique traits that are difficult to find on a
Bengal male. Many of them have to do with his body.
Bravo is a large cat, but he isn't bulky. He has strong, thick
boning, but a long, lean, muscular, athletic body. That
combination is difficult to come across on one cat. Bravo's
head is proportionately small in comparison to his large body which
is nearly impossible to come by on a fertile Bengal male, and it is
oh-so-important in achieving the look of the small semi-tree
dwelling wildcats. Bravo's broad nose which sets down low
between the whisker pads are just what the girls need to
drop their own nose set and widen it up a bit. In addition his
eye shape, which has the wilder inside top edge will compliment the
girls as well.
Bravo's pattern is particularly
exciting as well. I've been working on horizontal flow - which
he has, but I really need to improve my cats' spots themselves.
I'm striving for rosettes, but not donut rosettes. I want to
add paw printed and arrow headed rosettes. Bravo fits the bill
here again with his beautiful combination of paw printed and arrow
headed rosettes. Thank you Vicki for sending us such a special
boy that you've bred down from Stonehenge Icon's Silver Romance.
He is a rare treat.